Dragon Fruit Unicorn Smoothie Bowl - Brace Yourself, LupusChicks
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Dragon Fruit Unicorn Smoothie Bowl from LupusChick


May 24, 2017

Equally healthy as it is stunning, this dragon fruit unicorn smoothie bowl is packed with vitamins, fiber, omegas, protein and more!

  • Yields: 1 bowl
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1Place the banana, Pitaya Smoothie Pack, pineapple, ground flax seeds, coconut oil, and milk-substitute into a high-power blender. Blend on medium to high for 15 - 30 seconds until smooth and creamy. Be careful not to blend too long as it can thin the consistency of the smoothie. Pour into a bowl and stir in the collagen powder until it dissolves. Set aside in your refrigerator.

To create the unicorn effect

1Next, in a separate bowl, mix the vanilla yogurt and spirulina or Blue Majik powder until you have a rich blue color. Add raw honey and stir until completely smooth.

2Take your finished Pitaya bowl and pour it into an empty dragon fruit shell or serving dish of your choice. Next, using a small spoon, swirl in small amounts of the blue yogurt.

3Try topping your unicorn pitaya smoothie bowl with hemp seeds, berries, coconut flakes, edible flowers, etc.

Tips for Your Unicorn Pitaya Smoothie Bowl

1If you prefer a thicker consistency, use less milk-substitute in the recipe.

2You can choose not to add raw honey into your spirulina and yogurt if you are on a low sugar diet. Some people feel spirulina can give off a fishy taste (depending on the brand), and using raw honey can help conceal this flavor.


1 frozen banana

1 frozen Pitaya Plus Smoothie Pack (or a ½ cup fresh pink Pitaya)

½ cup fresh pineapple chunks

1 tsp. ground flax seeds

¼ cup milk-substitute (almond, rice, coconut, soy, hemp)

½ tsp. coconut oil

1 scoop Further Food Collagen

1 small container (5.3 oz.) of vanilla yogurt substitute (soy, coconut, almond)

½ tsp. Spirulina powder or E3Live’s Blue Majik powder

½ tsp. raw honey

Optional topping choices

Fresh berries

Coconut flakes

Sunflower or hemp seeds

Edible flowers


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